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Some of the cities, towns, and places in Webb County are Aguilares, Bonanza Hills, Botines, Bruni, Cactus, Callaghan, Colorado Acres, Darwin, El Cenizo, Four Points, Hillside Acres, Islitas, La Coma, La Moca Ranch, La Presa, Laredo, Laredo Ranchettes, Laredo Ranchettes West, Las Haciendas, Las Pilas, Las Tiendas, Los Altos, Los Arcos, Los Centenarios, Los Corralitos, Los Fresnos, Los Huisaches, Los Minerales, Los Nopalitos, Los Ojuelos, Los Veteranos I, Los Veteranos II, Minera, Mirando City, Oilton, Old Milwaukee East, Old Milwaukee West, Palafox, Pescadito, Pueblo East, Pueblo Nuevo, Ranchitos East, Ranchitos Las Lomas, Ranchos Penitas West, Rio Bravo, San Carlos I, San Carlos II, San Pablo, San Ramon, Santo Tomas, Sunset Acres, Tanquecitos South Acres, Tanquecitos South Acres II, Valle Verde, Webb

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Webb County is a county located in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2020 census, its population was 267,114. Its county seat is Laredo. The county was named after James Webb (1792–1856), who served as secretary of the treasury, secretary of state, and attorney general of the Republic of Texas, and later judge of the United States District Court following the admission of Texas to statehood. By area, Webb County is the largest county in South Texas and the sixth-largest in the state. Webb County comprises the Laredo metropolitan area. Webb County is the only county in the United States to border three foreign states or provinces, sharing borders with Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, and Tamaulipas. Webb County has a minority majority, with 95.2% of the population of the county identifying as Hispanic. This makes Webb the county with the second-highest proportion of Hispanic people in the continental United States after Starr County, and it has the highest proportion of Hispanic people among counties with a population over 100,000.